How can technology users take control of their own digital information?
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February 08, 2017
December 16, 2016
Students need to develop the ability to delve into blog posts and articles and determine where things veer from fact to fiction.
September 24, 2016
The #GoOpen District Launch Packet provides a comprehensive outline for schools and districts to organize their efforts to infuse their curriculum with openly-licensed educational resources.
July 13, 2016
The biggest problem tackling the deficit of skills that our students have in the area of digital literacy is the fact that the so many educators have the same deficits.
June 30, 2016
If students in our schools aren't among the scores of people accessing social media and using it to become leaders, then we have some work to do.
May 08, 2016
Despite the fact that it did not make the headlines, a quick look below at some of the research from the Common Sense Media study shows that the problems surrounding the constructive use of technology are just as significant for parents as they are for students.
March 18, 2016
Kohn and Greene focus on the fact that if we are looking at technology as the answer then we need to take a step back and be sure that we are asking the right questions.
March 11, 2016
This transition will help us make the cultural shift that is necessary in our schools to truly prepare our students for the rapidly changing landscape beyond K-12 education.
January 26, 2016
Do you get anxious if you are away from Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, email, or some game-based app for a short period of time? If so, you may be suffering from Infomania which is defined by the Oxford dictionary as "the compulsive desire to check or accumulate news and information, typically via mobile phone or computer."
January 22, 2016
The Open Education Resources movement provides an opportunity to put the power back in the hands of teachers and students. We need schools who support staff members in becoming creators who not only collaborate with colleagues across classrooms but also across local, state, and national boundaries.